Israeli PM tests coronavirus positive ahead of India visit
New Delhi : Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett has tested coronavirus positive days ahead of his scheduled visit to India. He is feeling well and will continue work from self isolation.
On an invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he was expected to visit India on April 2. But, with him testing positive for coronavirus, it is expected that his visit may get postponed or cancelled.
PM Bennett had tweeted, "I am delighted to pay my first official visit to India at the invitation of my friend @PMOIndia Modi."
Earlier, they had met each other on the sidelines of the UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow last October.